Is happiness a temporary feeling?

Quite a stupid question, isn’t it? Yes, of course happiness is a temporary feeling unfortunately. It is very much one of those things that comes hard and goes easy, so to say. And I am telling you nothing new, I know. Most of us, if not each and every, have experienced that on our own skin, and not only once.

But should happiness be a temporary state of heart and mind for the inhabitants of this still beautiful planet?

NO. Definite thing, no! This is not only what I am telling you because my heart tells me so, but it is also a thing confirmed even by The Scriptures – either they belong to Christians, Jews or Muslims because the first five books are the same anyway – for as Adam and Eva represent all of mankind, the Garden of Eden represents the whole world – in my opinion – and they were given the Garden of Eden “to dress it and to keep it” – to add even more beauty to it and look after it for future generations.

Genesis 2:8    And the LORD God planted a garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the man whom he had formed.

Genesis 2:15  And the LORD God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it.

 Or in other words, as Adam and Eva were “the seed” for all of the mankind, the Garden of Eden was “the seed” for the whole planet.

 And for those who are not familiarised with what the Garden of Eden symbolises I have to say that it was a place of perfection and delight, of great beauty and fertility and a place for eternal life and for relationship through fellowship between Adam and Eva and The One who created them and all that were to come.

 Now, if we go down the Biblical road in order to find out why all that blissfulness is gone and why the happiness became a feeling that does not want to stay with us for too long, we get to that matter of the original sin and the forbidden fruit.

 But that is a well known and much debated issue, we all know it and no one yet has got to some conclusions that have helped at restoration of the eternal happiness on this planet.

 So, I will not take you down that road but kindly invite you to follow me down the lines of this message for I have been trying for a while to understand WHY there is so much suffering on this planet and meanwhile I added some more pieces to the puzzle. THIS WAY PLEASE! 🙂

 The first one was when the Vatican had to withdraw from sale a papal medal which misspelt the name of Jesus. That was in October last year. The name of Jesus in the inscription around the edge was spelt with an L – Lesus.

 If you have not got to read the news at that time you could find it here:

 Those of you who are familiar with what my blog talks about know that when comes about WHO is causing the way too much suffering on Earth I point at the Vatican, the Freemasons and the Illuminati.

 So the Vatican has minted in gold, silver and bronze who their TRUE Jesus is – Lesus, for they could not have called it directly Lucifer, could they?!

 I reckon there were a couple of important people at Vatican responsible with supervising the minting of that medal. So, is hard to believe how such mistake had gone unnoticed by them, but this is just a miracle-clue for those hungry of truth hearts that forage for it, in my opinion.

 Yes and no. A relative conclusion… you could say. And I agree with you for I have never claimed I hold the absolute truth. I only search for it and share my finding with you because we all together will find it one day.

 A few days on after that I read that the French Catholic Church – and probably others around the world too – is correcting the “blasphemous” Lord’s Prayer after more than 15 years of debate.

 The “And lead us not into temptation” line was replaced by “And don’t let us into temptation” because God is not the one who tempts us but the one who help us keep the straight way, was their conclusion. A right one I would say and perhaps you agree with me.

 You could fine one of the articles on this issue here:

 Well, that gave me motive of more thought and I contemplated on the Lord’s Prayer for little while longer.

 “Hallowed be your name” other line says. Who are we, some mere mortal sinners (as they indoctrinated us to believe that we are) to ask for His name to become hallowed. His name was supposed to be hallowed and we only to revere it as such, right?!

 Then let’s take “Your kingdom come” line. According to what The Scriptures say all that dwells on Earth – human and non-human – is His creation so Earth could be called His kingdom. Then why isn’t Earth His kingdom and we pray for it to come?

 Of course, this is a little tricky because might be referred to as Jesus’s second coming, but does not say “Your son come (to Your kingdom)”; it says “Your kingdom come” which would mean that this is someone else’s kingdom and we pray for His kingdom to come instead, probably with the second coming of His son.

 Brrr, so complicated to explain! But I hope you understood what I mean.

 However, my conclusion was that this Lord’s Prayer was made with Satan in mind when they had made it:

 * “Hallowed be your name” – Satan’s name is not hallowed so we pray for it to become so;

* “Your kingdom come” – this is not Satan’s kingdom, is God’s so we pray for this to become Satan’s kingdom

* “And lead us not into temptation” – a similar case to that of the medal in my opinion, just a mistake that went unnoticed by those who made up that prayer and has gone unnoticed by the Christians for some 2,000 years; Satan is the one who tempts us not God.

 And also, in Christianity they tell us about that confusing unity of the Father and the Son, like they would be the same person.

 John 14:10-11           10 Don’t you believe that I am in the Father, and that the Father is in me? The words I say to you I do not speak on my own authority. Rather, it is the Father, living in me, who is doing his work. 11 Believe me when I say that I am in the Father and the Father is in me; or at least believe on the evidence of the works themselves.

 Well, that is because Lucifer is the Satan, there is not a Father and the Son in their case. So those who altered The Scriptures had to put their reality in a way that would sound plausible to us and they found that confusing unity of the two.

 After analysing the matter of the misspelt medal and the one of Lord’s Prayer I clearly got to the conclusion that the Vatican worships the Satan, The Scriptures had been altered accordingly and therefore we (Christians of all sorts) pray to the Satan not to God.

 Quite an awful conclusion that was and then I started to search if anybody else got to the same or similar conclusion somehow. I found this:

 It is a clip that claims the Illuminati had modified the Bible and that we pray to Satan not to God. The very thing that I concluded, but it could be a coincidence only… I told myself at that time and let my heart the time to discern.

 We are a few months on now and I am consuming your time with this because my heart truly believes that is the truth and because some other proves came along the way too.

 But I have just had a look at it all and this message is incredibly long and there is so much information your heart has to “digest”.

 So I am going to leave the other part for other time. Please let your heart feel all these and see what your conclusion is in the end. I will tell you about the other pieces of the puzzle soon.

 I do not want to keep it under a veil of mystery just to make you check my blog out from time to time so I will tell you that the second part (and last one if I get to be more concise) will talk about the serpent from the tree of knowledge and its relatives. In fewer words: the reptilians.

 Thank you very much for taking the time to get at the end of my quite lengthy message.

 Love, and do what you like everybody!



A LITTLE NOTE: For a better understanding of what this blog talks about I would like to tell you my dear reader that my blog – thank you very much indeed for having a look around – gravitates exclusively around a fundamental truth and the matters related to it. This current message and none of the recent ones would make complete sense unless you read at least my first post “…where life is fair and beautiful”. Thank you!